Petrichor is the smell that comes after a long anticipated rain. In my corner of Maine, that rain falls through cedar, birch, pine, and fir trees, past fern fronds, onto lichen-covered ledge or vast beds of moss, and soaks deep down into the forest loam. This perfume smells like that when you first put it on, and then it dries down (as the rain does) to sun-baked grasses.
About .3oz in a little glass bottle complete with roll-on thinger. Individually shrink wrapped, and tested on friends, not animals.
The carrier oils I use are fractionated coconut oil and unrefined hemp seed oil, which make for a light, non-greasy feel when applied. The vitamin e is in there as an antioxidant. You'll notice the shocking lack of alcohol.
Ingredients: Fractionated Coconut Oil; Unrefined Hemp Seed Oil; Fragrance and Essential Oils; Tocopherol (Vitamin E)